MSc Clinical Neurodevelopmental Sciences (King’s College London, UK)
BA Psychology (Cornell University, USA)
Hannah completed her Bachelor’s in Psychology at Cornell University in Ithaca, New York. Following her undergraduate degree, she moved to London, where she completed her Master’s in Clinical Neurodevelopmental Sciences at King’s College London. In London, Hannah worked as a learning support assistant for children with special needs across primary and secondary schools. She has worked with children presenting with Autism Spectrum Disorder, ADHD, intellectual disability, and Down syndrome.
Hannah is passionate about working with children and believes in SPOT’s individualized and multidisciplinary approach to clients. She also has a special interest in sensory differences in individuals with autism, which her Master’s dissertation focused on. At SPOT, Hannah assists in conducting psychoeducational and social communication assessments with children under the supervision of clinical psychologists. She also co-facilitates some of SPOT’s therapy groups, including the Gifted Group and Dis-Association Group.